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Poster: VintageOzarks.com Date: Jun 23, 2009 10:45am
Forum: forums Subject: Webhost Nuked Website: Need special help from Wayback pros

My site got nuked by our web host and they cannot restore it. I have started rebuilding from memory http://www.vintageozarks.com But if I could pull up my site as it existed on June 14, 2009, I could pretty much copy and paste a new version. Wayback's timelimit is 6 months ago. Can anyone help me get to the June 14 version of www.vintageozarks.com Susan

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Poster: davidlt Date: Oct 29, 2009 4:21am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Webhost Nuked Website: Need special help from Wayback pros

Hi Susan,
The same thing happened to my site: (http://heatingcoolingseattle.com). Were you able to get any help on this? My site is fairly new so I doubt it's in the archive.
Thanks,
Dave

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Poster: kustota Date: Jun 23, 2009 5:11pm
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Webhost Nuked Website: Need special help from Wayback pros

http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awww.vintageozarks.com
and see 'cached' results.

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Forum: forums Subject: Best Web Hosting Sites Reviewed For Webmasters

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Forum: forums Subject: Best Web Hosting Sites Reviewed For Webmasters

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Poster: Jeice_The_Cuddly_Warrior Date: Oct 29, 2009 4:27am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Webhost Nuked Website: Need special help from Wayback pros

Wayback's timelimit may "technically" be 6 months, but it can take longer for archived pages to be viewable online. It is usually worth the wait, though it can be long (more than 15 months in some cases).